Our waste won’t wait. The environment needs proven solutions, collective action and a sense of urgency to convert our problems into future opportunities. Varme is changing the future of landfills in Canada.
Varme is a bottom up solution to waste management. By diverting waste destined for landfills and producing decarbonized steam (heat) and electricity through our patented dual combustion gasification process paired with carbon capture and storage.
Varme is a leading energy from waste and bioenergy development company
Varme Energy is a proud subsidiary of Norwegian based Green Transition Holding
Varme (pronounced Varma) is the Norwegian word for heat and warmth, a tribute to our Norwegian roots.
Our vision is to become a modern energy development company and a bottom-up solution to landfills that will shape the future of waste in Canada. Our business model is to develop, own and operate green infrastructure assets. We see value in being one of the players engaged in the long-term vision toward a decarbonized economy and greener future.
Our parent company leverages over 30 years of experience in the Waste-to-Energy sector and brings to Canada the AITOS Gasification Technology, an in-house proven Advanced Thermal Technology.
We are proud to call the City of Edmonton our home and have identified Alberta as a strategic market opportunity for our projects due to the booming carbon capture and sequestration industry here.
Alberta is home to world-class geology with it's ability to store carbon permanently. Globally, the province is a leader in carbon transportation and storage infrastructure development.
Critical to the development of a low-carbon industry is Alberta's deregulated energy market and responsible carbon credit programs; Varme is leveraging this opportunity to 'Complete the Carbon Circle' through landfill waste diversion.
Varme Energy acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 territory, a gathering place and home for many Indigenous Peoples including the nêhiyaw (Nay-hee-yow) / Cree, Dene (Deh-neyh), Anishinaabe (Ah-nish-in-ah-bay) / Saulteaux (So-toe), Nakota Isga (Na-koh-tah ee-ska) / Nakota Sioux (Na-koh-tah sue), and Niitsitapi (Nit-si-tahp-ee) / Blackfoot peoples. As a company, we are committed to supporting a framework of respect, openness, learning, and collaboration with the Indigenous groups who have traditional connections with this land